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26. Syed Rahim Nabi is planning to  quit Mohun Bagan AC

Indian Football Team vice captain Syed Rahim Nabi is likely to leave his current club Mohun Bagan. Mr. Versatile Nabi was the most affected player during the Kolkata Derby melee and his memories wont be a good one regarding the full episode. Mohun Bagan is one of the big budgeted teams in Indian Football, but the salary dues in last 3 months doesn’t put them in good stead infront of their players.  Chit fund scams has affected the financial stability of the powerhouse in a big way. The lack of payments has affected Nabi to an extent and it is rumoured that he is looking for a new club. Even-though rumours are linking him to Goan clubs, the possibility of moving to arch rivals East Bengal or Mohammedan cannot be ruled out at this moment.

THT Verdict: Possible

27. Pune FC Striker Subhash Singh joins Shillong Lajong FC

Pune FC striker Subhash Singh didn’t get as many chances as expected with Pune FC. Even though Jeje Lalpekhula had a disappointing season for the Red Lizards, Subhash Singh featured only 14 times for them. Manipuri striker had scored 4 goals for them in this years I-League campaign and decided not to extend his contract after the departure of coach Derrick Perreira. Subhash Singh had offers from Mumbai Tigers and Shillong Lajong FC and the North Eastern lad preferred the North Eastern club. At a time when Indian strikers are finding it difficult to get good playing time in top I-League clubs, it can be regarded as a wise move by the India U-23 striker to force his way into the national team.

THT Verdict: Confirmed

28. Costa Rican World Cup player Carlos Hernandez leaves Prayag United

Prayag United star Carlos Hernandez is all set to join New Zealand A-League club Wellington Phoenix in June following the expiry of his current contract. The deal is already in place as both parties came to an agreement in February itself. Carlos Hernandez was one of the highest earners at the club but chit fund scams has rocked the club finances. Carlos Hernandez had a fall out with coach Eelco Shattorie earlier and this also paved the way to a return to A-League for the Costa Rican international.

THT Verdict: Confirmed

29. Sporting Club de Goa conducting trials for foreign recruits

Sporting Club de Goa has a good system in place when compared to most of the I-League clubs. The Flaming orange had a remarkable turnaround after the appointment of spaniard Oscar as coach. He guided the club to a 6th placed finish and is looking to build a stronger team for a better challenge next season. Foreigners Angel Berlanga, Juanfri and Ogba Kalu were impressive in I-League, but their management are looking to fill all the spots with quality players. Coach Oscar is trying to make use of his in-depth knowledge in Spanish football to recruit high caliber foreigners and it is believed the trials are in place to find the best recruits for I-League 13/14.

THT Verdict: Confirmed

30. Salgaocar SC releases Kolkata bound Josimar and Luciano Sabrosa

Salgaocar SC aren’t satisfied with their current set of foreigners and are looking forward to bring better equipped foreigners for their campaign. Derrick Perreira acted quickly upon his arrival and they have released Mohammedan Sporting bound club captain Luciano Sabrosa and fellow Brazilian Josimar. Both players weren’t expected to play a big role in Salgaocar’s next campaign and the team management acted quickly to make the space available for better talents.

THT Verdict: Confirmed

31. Santosh Kashyap on the verge of joining Rangdajied United after rejecting Arrows and Mohammedan

After the forced relegation of ONGC, Santosh Kashyap has become one of the hottest properties in I-League. He was courted by a number of clubs including Mohammedan and there were many rumours linking him to various jobs. AIFF Technical director Rob Baan had identified him as on of the choices to take over from Arthur Papas for the AIFF developmental side as well. It is believed that Santosh Kashyap had rejected both Mohammedan and Arrows to manage the North East club. Rangdajied United officials are confident of landing former ONGC coach and they are set to secure the sought after signature next week itself.

THT Verdict: Likely

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